Emily Crisman (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6508
E-mail: ecrisman@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Emily Crisman became a staff writer for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Community News division in 2009 and became assistant editor of the Signal Mountain and North Hamilton Weekly editions in 2013. She also writes for other Times Free Press publications including Chatter and 4Paws, of which she became the editor in 2014. Emily graduated with a degree in humanities from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006.

Chattanooga's Cupcake Kitchen named state's top bakery

Published Dec. 6 2017

Chattanooga's Cupcake Kitchen is officially the sweetest bakery in Tennessee. The local confectioner took the state's top prize in bakery...

Signal Mountain resident offers translation service

Published Dec. 6 2017

Camila Neslin, a native of Caracas, Venezuela, and a decade-long resident of Signal Mountain, is making use of her bilingual...

Plan your perfect vacation for Christmas 2018

Published Dec. 1 2017

Looking for a new way to make holiday memories?

Santa Claus, Indiana: America's Christmas hometown

Published Dec. 1 2017

Named one of the world's top Christmas destinations by Forbes magazine and billing itself as "America's Christmas Hometown," Santa Claus,...

Here are ways to get drinks delivered to your door

Published Dec. 1 2017

Drinks in a box are no longer relegated to children's lunchboxes. Adult-beverage subscriptions are a great way to sample new...

Moore family shares holiday spirit

Published Dec. 1 2017

When Sharon Moore's childhood friend first approached her about participating in a Christmas tour of homes, she was hesitant.

The season's hottest toys

Published Dec. 1 2017

When I think of Christmas shopping, what often comes to mind is a scene I saw as a child on...

Signal resident opens artisan cheese shop on the Southside

Published Nov. 29 2017

Chattanooga will gain its first dedicated artisan cheese shop with Bleu Fox Cheese, set to open its doors Saturday, Dec....

Holiday celebrations light up local communities

Published Nov. 29 2017

The holiday season is officially upon us, and Christmas festivals and parades are scheduled throughout the area to help residents...

Medal of Honor Heritage Center plans take shape

Published Nov. 29 2017

Plans are underway for the Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center, which has finally found its home in...

Clean Cuisine

Published Nov. 26 2017

The following restaurants received scores of 90 or better on the Hamilton County Health Department inspections conducted the week ending...

Clean Cuisine

Published Nov. 19 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on the Hamilton County Health Department inspections conducted the week ending Nov. 10:

Signal resident opens Culture and Couture

Published Nov. 15 2017

Signal Mountain resident Sarah Campbell is opening Culture and Couture.

Signal ministry offers tree delivery

Published Nov. 15 2017

The Men of St. Timothy's ministry from St. Timothy's Episcopal Church is preparing for its ninth annual Christmas tree and...

Mountain schools celebrate student performance, progress

Published Nov. 15 2017

Nolan and Thrasher Elementary schools are among the 2017 Tennessee Reward Schools recently named by the state Department of Education.

Red Bank rezoning rescheduled for Nov. 21

Published Nov. 15 2017

The city of Red Bank continues to field requests from property owners wishing to divide large lots into smaller lots...

Saturday & Sunday on Signal features more businesses than ever

Published Nov. 8 2017

The 30-year tradition of Signal Mountain's holiday shopping event, "Saturday & Sunday on Signal," continues Nov. 11 and 12.

Angel Tree arrives at 517 Subs

Published Nov. 8 2017

Local restaurant 517 Subs is making it easier for mountain residents to get in the holiday spirit by hosting a...

Soddy-Daisy church hosts free meal for veterans

Published Nov. 8 2017

In 2010, Soddy-Daisy resident WV Roberson chose to honor local veterans on Veterans Day by organizing a free meal for...

Blackjack fundraiser benefits inclusion for children with disabilities

Published Nov. 8 2017

Chattanooga's Kids on the Block, Rivermont Elementary School and the Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club are hosting a fundraising event called...